Teen Fiction MCCAFFREY
Summary: Galwyn, the son of a bankrupted and dishonored aristocrat, has always had an ear for languages. So when Lord Artos--later known as King Arthur--needs an interpreter to help him buy large horses to breed a troop strong enough to carry armed warriors against the Saxon invaders, Galwyn gets a chance to redeem his father's honor and make a name for himself. "The wonderful horse lore, the great and charismatic figure of Arthur, and the sympathetic hero all come together to make an engrossing and realistic Arthurian novel."-- The Horn Book
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Earnest; polite; quick-witted; has an affinity for horses; son of a disgraced noble.
Charismatic; leader; in search of horses that will carry his warriors in battle against the Saxons.